New Delhi: West Indies captain Darren Sammy on Saturday said his young and inexperienced side faces its toughest challenge so far when it takes on India in a three-Test series starting in New Delhi on Sunday but the visitors are not at all intimidated.
"It will be the biggest challenge for the players and for me as captain. India are such a prestigious side with great players. Cricket is religion here. It will be the toughest test for us," Sammy said at the pre-match press conference ahead of the first Test in New Delhi on Sunday.
"We cannot be fearful, we have to perform our best. We have to be hungry to do well and give our best," he said.